Above ground pool liners come in a wide variety of designs and colors, and while your own taste should ultimately guide your decision, it’s also important to think about the rest of your yard’s design scheme. Make your pool the focal point of your outdoor space by carefully designing the liner to match the current decor. Regardless of the color or pattern, a new overlap pool or beaded liner can improve the performance and beauty of your above ground pool.
A standard above ground pool can be customized with one of three available liner options.
Examples are overlap, beaded, and UniBead (or J-hook) liners.
These above-ground swimming pool liners are the easiest and most cost-effective to set up. The coping strips included with a pool kit secure the liner to the pool’s surface. A coping strip is a long, flat piece of plastic that fits over your above ground pool kit’s wall and operates like a wide paper clip. The pool liner is held in place by the pool coping strip, which “overlaps” the pool wall from the inside. The entire length of the pool wall is properly curved using a series of coping strips. Overlap designs are often restricted to uniform patterns or solid colors to prevent installation inconsistencies. Stylish options are plentiful, and each may elevate the look of a pool.
These liners are the most convenient to refurbish. This is because of their modular construction and a wide variety of attractive patterns. The beaded pool liner fits snugly into a bead receiver that is hung from the top of an above ground pool kit wall. This creates a seamless and uniform appearance. Beaded above ground pool liners with attractive shapes and patterns, such as tile trims and wall borders, are simple to install. This is because they conform to the shape of the pool kit wall.
The J-Hook is the most versatile option since you can use it instead of an Unibead or Overlap liner. Above-ground pools equipped with a Unibead liner can be fitted with either a J-Hook pool liner or a bead receiver. You can secure the line to the pool’s edge without a bead receiver. If your receiver is a bead type, remove the J-Hook from the Unibead system and snap it into place like a beaded liner. Without the bulk of an Overlap liner, you’ll have a polished, professional appearance with either of these options. Unlike other liners, the Unibead allows you to employ patterns often reserved for beaded liners while providing all the protection you’d expect from a standard liner.
Regular use by swimmers, who pull at the vinyl as they enter and exit the pool, stretches it thin.
Although pool chemicals and chlorine tablets work like magic to keep a pool clean, misusing even a small amount can deteriorate the lining. This is because they are industrial-grade solvents.
In addition to causing suntans or sunburns, prolonged exposure to the sun’s UV rays can cause vinyl to bake and fade. This may lead to brittleness and eventual cracking.
Above-ground pool liners can stretch and tear due to weather conditions such as heavy snow, rain, or strong winds piled high on the cover’s surface.
Nothing will last forever, and eventually, the expansion and contraction of your above-ground pool in response to weather can cause the vinyl to become brittle and start leaking.
Above ground pools are exposed to the elements and see heavy use from swimmers, but you can easily replace the liner to extend the pool’s useful life.
Above-ground pools can have a lining of either of these materials, which you can find in a wide range of colors to suit your aesthetic.
Liners in lighter colors reflect more light, making your pool look and feel more inviting. Additionally, the light color will cause the following effects:
Most people who own pools choose dark-colored liners because of the opulent, striking effect they can provide. Remember that the darker the liner, the more it will
Before buying a liner, you should first think about what you want it to do. The designs that really fit your style can be kept if you know what color you want at the end and whether you want to feel classy, simple, or exciting. Contact Quality USA Pools today with questions regarding our above ground pool liners.